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06-03-2017
: admin

This session, which takes place on 20 April at Greenbridge Oostende, about digitalisation in the offshore wind energy sector will join players from the ICT industry - more specifically internet-of-things, IoT - and offshore energy players to reveal their mutual synergies. OWI-Lab and some...

24-01-2017
: Pieter Jan Jordaens

OWI-Lab report goes into detail on what specific monitoring techniques of existing wind farm substructures are necessary to gain insights into fatigue life topics for design optimisation of future wind farms. Prior to...

05-12-2016
: Pieter Jan Jordaens

That drones can also be useful in companies has been proven by tank storage company Vopak and Think 3D - experts in 3D scanning. These companies used drones in industrial applications such as the inspection of gas storage tanks and scanning industrial...

24-10-2016
: Pieter Jan Jordaens

In the first half year of 2016, a climatic test program was conducted on a Siemens 15MVA transformer in OWI-Lab’s large climatic test chamber. The 15 ton transformer was tested for extremely cold conditions down to -50°C in order to validate its cold start-up...